For production environments, extra care should be taken. Bytebase allows marking such an environment as a production environment. Workspace admin or DBA can configure this under the Environment Tier section from the environment detail page.
When an environment is marked as a production environment, a shield indicator will appear before the environment label. It lets users know that it is a production environment.
See the following example, the environment “Prod” is marked as a production environment. You can find the shield indicator on different pages.
A caution notice will also appear at the top of the SQL Editor when you connect to an instance in a production environment.
By default, instances and databases in a production environment will be inaccessible to developers. Workspace admins and DBAs can configure some databases as accessible to developers via Data Access Control.